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Pacesetter Claims Services Receives SOC 2 Type II Attestation

Independent Audit Verifies Pacesetter’s Internal Controls and Processes

Pacesetter, a leading provider of catastrophic and daily property claims adjusting services, today announced that it has completed its SOC 2 Type II audit. This attestation provides evidence that Pacesetter has a strong commitment to deliver high quality services to its clients by demonstrating they have the necessary internal controls and processes in place.

SOC 2 engagements are based on the AICPA’s Trust Services Criteria. SOC 2 service auditor reports focus on a service organization’s non-financial reporting controls as they relate to security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy of a system.

KirkpatrickPrice’s service auditor report verifies the suitability of the design and operating effectiveness of Pacesetter’s controls to meet the standards for these criteria.

Pacesetter’s President and CEO, Bill Brassfield, is justifiably proud of this achievement.

“Our brand has been that of quality claims services our clients can all rely on. I wanted to expand on that and add another dimension. I wanted to prove to our current and future clients that we understand the security risk exposures we all face, and most importantly, at Pacesetter, we have implemented necessary controls and systems to meet or exceed our industry’s expectations. By meeting the rigid standards of a SOC 2 Type II engagement, I believe provides our clients and business partners with advanced assurances they can count on when doing business with us.”

“The SOC 2 audit is based on the Trust Services Criteria. Pacesetter has selected the security category for the basis of their audit,” said Joseph Kirkpatrick, President of KirkpatrickPrice.

“Pacesetter delivers trust-based services to their clients, and by communicating the results of this audit, their clients can be assured of their reliance on Pacesetter’s controls.”

About Pacesetter

Pacesetter Claims Service Inc. began in 1997 as an independent catastrophe claims adjusting firm.

Today, PCS proudly offers a variety of professional claims services. We are still a family-run company, owned and operated by experienced, dedicated claims professionals who fundamentally appreciate and understand the value of customer service delivered through quality claims products and services.

Learn more about our services, or contact us to learn how we can help you.

Why Choose Pacesetter?

The benefit of hiring Pacesetter Claims Service is that we can help relieve you of the stress of preparing a claim.

We have a full staff of certified, professional adjusters who are the best to be found in the industry.
Whether the work is in the office or out in the field, our networking and management system provides a solid foundation of support.

Our team is able to communicate through every step of the claims process, from preparing to settling the claim. It’s because of our dynamic system that we’re able to give excellent service.

Pacesetter sets itself apart from other adjuster service providers by maintaining close communication with you throughout the entire journey. We pride ourselves on being adaptable and giving custom-tailored solutions to our clients.

If you want the very best when it comes to claims adjusting, contact us today.

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Since 1997, we have built and continue to attract the best operations team in the property claim industry.

Our team supports all aspects of the property line to include Catastrophe, Daily, and Desk Adjusting. We also offer file audits, appraisal, and consulting services. Working together, we will help you deliver the service standards your customers expect.

Quality you can count on from a trusted partner you can rely on!

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